It may be a little early to start suggesting that Terrance Toliver will be making an impact on the gridiron on Sundays, but the 6-4, 190-pound has all the talent in the world.
Toliver, who has often been compared to former Texas wide out Roy Williams, has strong hands to catch bullet passes over the middle and the speed to blow past defenders in the open the field with his 4.5 40-time.
In his four-year career at Hempstead, the First-Team All-State selection eclipsed the 2,000-yard mark and scored over 30 touchdowns while also running back five kicks for touchdowns.
During his senior season, Toliver averaged close to 20 yards per catch, finishing with 42 receptions for 862 yards and 25 touchdowns for the Bobcats. The Texas native showed off his athleticism in 2006, soaring over smaller defenders and breaking away for the big play when the game is on the line.
CSTV recruiting analyst Tom Lemming has been impressed with Toliver's vision and field presence and says that his feel for the game and knowledge of football will have him undoubtedly playing on Saturdays.
Ranked No. 16 in Lemming's Class of 2007, Toliver was looking at Miami, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and USC but has since narrowed his decision down to LSU and Florida.
If you are looking for the ideal wide receiver prospect then look no further than Mr. Toliver. He's been blessed with great height, strong hands, brilliant speed and terrific athletic ability. He did a great job of catching the ball in stride and showed his breakaway speed after several catches.